Target scares up deals for Friday the 13th and some obscure clearance games

Right now Target has a handful of unadvertised Xbox One and PS4 games on sale/clearance. While in-store pricing and stock may vary, there’s some excellent opportunities to add some lesser-known games to your backlog on the cheap. Target is slashing the price of Friday the 13th by 50% through the 20th when you use the Target app/Cartwheel offer at checkout.  […]

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Review: Alpha – Dogs, an origin story

Alpha (2018)

Alpha is a fictionalized telling of how early man first domesticated wolves (or how wolves became man’s best friend). Set 20,000 years ago the story follows the son of a tribe’s chief, named Keda, as he joins the men of the tribe for his first bison hunt. Keda soon finds himself injured and separated from the tribe. Far from home and with no help in sight, he finds an unlikely companion in the form of an injured wolf. Together the two embark on the long journey to return home and form a relationship that would forever change man and canine forever.

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Review: Disenchantment: Part 1 – When you wish upon a streaming service

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Disenchantment, a Netflix original animated series, is the newest outing of Simpsons and Futurama creator Matt Groening. That alone should be enough to catch most viewer’s attention (something Netflix is no doubt counting on) but can the iconic mind behind some of TV’s biggest successes repeat the magic of his earlier shows or is this fantasy comedy destined to be […]

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Review: Avengers: Infinity War – 10 years snapped by

Regardless of how you feel about the Marvel movies as a whole, Avengers: Infinity War is the definition of a cinematic event. Not just for the sheer spectacle or massive cast, though it has both of those to spare, Infinity War is a film that has done something no other film has done before. It is the culmination of 18 films and the world those films have built. Does it (can it?) live up to the hype?

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